Gov. Yahaya Bello: There is Hope For Nigeria if Only Nigerians Can Emulate Christ’s Sacrificial Life

Gov. Yahaya Bello: There is Hope For Nigeria if Only Nigerians Can Emulate Christ's Sacrificial Life
There is hope for Nigerians

Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has greeted Christian faithful on the occasion of Easter celebration as he urged Nigerians to emulate Christ’s sacrificial life.

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The felicitation is contained in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Onogwu Muhammed, on Friday in Abuja. Gov. Yahaya Bello, who also congratulated the Christian faithful on the successful completion of the Lenten season, urged them to use the season to pray for the peace of the country and wisdom for leaders.

The governor stated that, “just as the death, burial and resurrection of Christ signify hope for mankind, there must be a rekindling of hope for our nation in this season of great challenges. “I therefore urge Christians to reflect on critical issues affecting the nation and to continue seeking the face of God for the nation. “So that security, unity and peace will prevail in the overall national interest, Bello stated.”

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He assured Christian faithful of government commitment to a joyous celebration free of all hitches. He added that security operatives and other collaborating agencies are working round-the-clock to checkmate crime and secure the lives and properties of the residents.

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Gov. Yahaya Bello also noted that the 2023 General elections in which he is a frontline Presidential aspirant represents a watershed for Nigeria.

The governor insisted that it is critical that all citizens participate effectively in the process of electing leaders into the various offices.

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